How to Install Apps on Android 8.0 Without "Unknown Sources" Setting
How to Allow Apps from Unknown Sources on Android
This wikiHow teaches you how to allow installation of apps from other sources than the Play Market on an Android device.
1. Open your Settings.
3. Check the box next toUnknown Sources.
4. TapOKto confirm.
Open your Android's Settings app.The Settings icon looks like a gray gear or wrench icon on your Apps list.
Scroll down and tapSecurity.This menu will let you customize your device's privacy, password, and administration settings.
- On some devices, this option may be titledLock Screen & Security.
Check the box next toUnknown Sources.Turning this option on will let you install apps on your device from sources other than the Play Store. You will have to confirm your action in a pop-up box.
- On some devices, you may need to slide a switch instead of checking a box. In this case, slide the Unknown Sources switch to On position.
Tap to confirm.This will confirm your action and check the Unknown Sources box.
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